15 Tweets About Life In Your Thirties That Are Accurate AF

Entering your thirties can be a trying time in life. The initial celebration is great and all, who doesn’t love a dirty 30?

But then reality sinks in. You are THIRTY. You’re no longer young, carefree and in your twenties. But at least you’re flirty, thirty and thriving; can I get a HECK YEAH!?

It’s easy to say that thirty is the new twenty, but that doesn’t alter the way the body works.

Hangovers are still ten-million times worse at this point in life, and not to mention, your metabolism doesn’t seem to be working as fast as it once did – love handles, anyone? (At least high-waisted jeans are back in style!)

Of course, there are positives to being in your thirties. You’re finally getting somewhere with your career, you’re making enough money to pay all your bills and at least there’s always Botox for those wrinkles that are starting to set in on your forehead.


Post-thirty hangovers SUCK.

When I was in my early twenties, I didn’t even know what a hangover was! I could drink all night and then wake up the next morning ready to tackle the day.


Hangovers aside, there are some reasons to get excited about being thirty-something.

Some research suggests that people aren’t their happiest until they reach the ripe, wise age of 33.

70 percent of respondents forty years and older said they didn’t feel truly happy until they reached 33 years old.

According to psychologist Donna Dawson: “The age of 33 is enough time to have shaken off childhood naiveté and the wild scheming of teenaged years without losing the energy and enthusiasm of youth.”

She added: “By this age, innocence has been lost, but our sense of reality is mixed with a strong sense of hope, a can-do spirit, and a healthy belief in our own talents and abilities.”


Only sixteen percent of respondents said they were happiest in childhood and six percent pinned college as their happiest years.

Respondents said that the majority of their happiness came from fulfillment in their professional lives, along with a supportive network of family and friends.


Don’t let your sore back, knee pain, or killer hangovers get to you. There are actually a lot of benefits to being in your thirties. Such as:

  • Greater self-confidence
  • Better self-awareness- you finally know who you are and aren’t as eager to just follow the crowd because that’s what everyone is doing.
  • You’re making more money and have more stability in your day-to-day life
  • You’ve lived through enough $h!t to make better choices in life, and you have some good advice to offer those younger than you.
  • This is your time to carve out the future you want – the world is your oyster!


Dating doesn’t get any easier – but when was dating ever easy?

In 1975, 89% of thirty-year-olds had been married or were currently married. In 2015, that number decreased to just 57%.


In 1975, 90% of thirty-year-olds lived on their own. Today, just 70% reside on their own.

In 1975, 76% of thirty-year-olds lived with a child, today that number has dropped to 47%.


Feeling like you should own a home by now? Don’t sweat it. Only 33% of 30-year-olds owned a home in 2015. In 1975, 56% of 30-year-olds owned a home.


Age is just a number, you are as old as you feel!

Worried about how you’ll look ten or fifteen years from now?

There are so many things you can do to remain fresh, young and vibrant looking – like drink plenty of water, take care of yourself, protect your skin from the sun, eat healthy, work out often and stretch/do yoga just as often.

Follow beauty bloggers that are the same age as you, they’ll provide the best makeup and skincare tips for looking your best at any age.







15. Time flies when you’re having fun!